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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 December 1880

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Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 December 1880

_ tapi ea I1dito age o'irD 164I8$O. stri JUST FO FUNll. die Some weeks ago almost every one of of oar exchanges had seemingly ean teAcd into a campaign for orgatrizing tio ar serious movement to attract the the current of emifratiou to Louisiana ow :t e'ey5tiaiu we read glowing des. crc criptions of the richness of the soil o$ cra this parish, and the wonderful rel wi1 sources of that other. A healthful, wi genial climate, and every boon in fact, that the adventurous foreigner 1a' seeks in a distant land was being held is up in gloving terms, for the perusneal, dr mainly, of readers who are anuchored th within the borders of the State. gi That portiou of the camspaign was handsomely carried through; and nca ere this, we suppose, there is'nt a UI single inhabitant of our land of ce honey who is not fully convinced that lil be breathes the air of life in ae garden of Eden. Having acconmplished this herculean Iel task, our confreres have hung up the e tfiddle and the bow and are evi- w...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 December 1880

Ct' Eri ahly tiptlien LOCAL MATTERS. I'lln, Ini fsuny miulting ins l specialty iu th"' Capitolian nfice. lhe we'atlher has faIllen back pretty emwchl into the groove of two weeks ago. Hain anl zaddy roads.tnr onr e more the o"ler of lie day. 4. e º9 ieg to au egreLgiosil error octorruring i ii th marriage nII' otice of Mr. Lymana Widoney last wee'k, we reprolduii the s3anic JsI it w9l S liN iially writtee, 1 tfh ih reptereilel typn* to the contrary ioiwtithalsuding. t A *Jury was finally obtained this naoru, ilg in the canles of thell tatet vs. 1. P. I1'rlu*r, s114nd so)n, ih:argod with the Unr. HeIr, of Tosn erMl tul 11 44dHer1ne1, lslt Aunn. n;er In this pJarish. The trial is now in progcress and is exciting nneslhal in tel't'Nt. A nce'tilng 4 1of the 'Ifurea Coufuc n om it tees of the West lBaton Rouge I'olice t Jury nul (C'untild of lHaton Rouge are to I cume't on to-morrow, Friday, at 11 A. M., n for the I)purposei of taking action with regard to tohe ferry. 'Th'le genitloien r...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 16 December 1880

JACK'S FATE. A dinsmal autumn day, that was all the drearier because yesterday had ween so bright with sunshine and sensually lovely with a balmy sout., west wind. To-day the sky looked as hopeless as it only can look when a wretehal storm is pelting down, lowering and leaden-hued. The thernioneter had tumbled idown to fifty-four, and the rawest of east wVinds was blowing in damp gusts, bringing misty sheets of rain against the window-panes of Jack ,Jterome's oflice, with a l miserable, wailing little tnoise that was only equailled in gloominess by the .ap pearance of the slowly tinkling rivu 'lets of the rain drops as they drippied down the glass. As dispiriting as ever a day was er could he, Jack thought, as he tutned disgustedly away into the little room again, with its stove in the widdle, that stood there perpetuailly,its time tables of a dozen roads tnacked on the walls, its railed-oil' ticket ofHice with the telegraph apIparatus, whose mon otonous click-clickety-click had coi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 December 1880

-i . i5 ý! ý,, . qrý ." i:/(.y iJN' r ~ý', i ar~gp7ý 7 1F y - .. ..'PuwR* .4'YI~b d",rya f',f." · 1AA i ala A' Z. Tý.R aars+, a~t~x.OYFFICIL JOURNAL 01 THE d111 VOL. 2. BATON OUGE L I ATTORNEYS. (' C. BIRD, Arronxr AT LAw. Will .* attend promptly to all business intrusted to him. Ontce on Conrvention street, between Third and Church streets. Baton Rouge. La. ! W. POPE, ATTORIarY AT LAW and C.* Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention given to the col. lection of accounts, takiag testimony under coin. mission, and to all other Matters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parieh .of Welst Baton Rouge. apr24 vtn13 ti m. LANG, ATTosaET ANtD CoVuaZno Il At Law. D)onaldsonile, La. Will prac tice in all the courts of the State of Louisiana. riIHOS. B. DUPREE Arrowxur Sand Coonselor at Law. Oflice-No. 6, Pike's Bow. Baton Roage, La. Will practice in the State and Federal Courts. LTERRON & BEALE, L ArrourtKT and Coun2isols AT LAW. Office on No...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 December 1880

RdiWai ifrom 2 1L..d*Vd U fl. EDUQATE, AT HOME. . --C1 Under the above caption the Ver milionville Advertiser makes some t pithy suggestions. The facts presen ted are so suggestive that we willing ly surrender thetn a pirtt0it " ?' editorial space, with the hope that is they will create the proper impres- c alon upon all who are interested in the question: of " The question has been often ask- te ed, why are so many Louisiana youths si educated abroad?9 It is not to our th knowledge that it has been satisfac- cc torily explained. It is safe to say Ca that all the prominent institutions of w learning in the Sottth, and many in gi the North, have their representatives in from this State, while our own schools is are left to take care of themselves, Ct Why is it that citizens of Louisiana di send their sons to other States to be of cducated t Is it, in many instances, to 0o' educate them where they were-oreared c and to familiarize them with scones of el their old homes Is it because o...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 December 1880

The .fmpe ae 0 filE'G~dt. · "It's the strangest noise I ever heard. The honse must be haunted, for only a ghost could be guilty of making such an unearthly sound." "NossenseP' replied my sister Hattie, with a little nervouls latigh; it's only the wind, or a mouse stirring in the-" Hiattleglaced apprehensively ovorber shoulder, in the directoion indleated,quite w hite and startled. "How foolish it was of us to think of staying two nights in this great old hoase alone! I wish Cousin Jack were here, for if a ghost were reallyio make its ap pearance, what should we ever do f" "I am not no much afraid of ghosts troubling us as I amof robbers. Thank heaven, all the doors are locked below, and no one can get in without our hear ing them, were they to walk ever so softly," said I. During the absence of our parents, who had gone to see a sick relative liv ing in a neighboring town, my sister IHattie and I had volunteered to remain at home and take charge of affairs until thei'r return. The o...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 December 1880

LEQkJN . 4V Editor and Business M naer. JUBT FOB FUN., '4t Home weeks ago almost ever one of our exchan"d1 hde seIdbgly et tred into a campaign for organizing a serious movement to attract the current of ppigration to Louisiana. + At vey A~ we rest wg 6es St ~ t e 4chne t soil of ,n the d ful ro c t gtho h althful, genial climate, and every boon in fiact, that the adventurous foreigner eokisAi dttat lad was belig held I tp in ~g " ,k for theperusal, mainly, of readeis who are anchored within the borders of the state. - That portion of the campaign wa handsomuely carried through cr'V' this, we suppose, there i 1ingle º4,diali, t ut. NY id lon ey% wse iis otfally aud@ he breathes the air of life garden of Edon. 4 ilavig accomplished this hero , task, our confreres have hung fiddle and the bow and r dently, nt this hour, waiting gtod ships, which they cod icltgy hope,are sailing across the briay dep, tlti~cýeslt eager to land on the blessed shores o fair Louisiai a.5r s Though w6 full ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 December 1880

LOCAL MATTERS. Vhursdaq's (Uhitn. The weather has fallen back pretty t much into the groove of two weeks ago. Reip end n a once more 1 the orr of i Saess o dtat reasiit salaked off by ndig t Morosco en= tertainments. They are high-toned and laughable, and will serve to restore you to the proper frame of mind. A Jury was finally obtained this morn ing in the ease of the State vs. J. P. Berhnes and son, charged with the mur der of Townsend and Berhnes, last sum mer in this parish. The trial is now in progress and is exciting nunsnal in tcrest. A meeting of the Conference Commit tees of the West Baton Rouge Police .Jury andl C'otacil of Bto Rugego are to meet on to-miorrow, Friday, at. 11 A. If., for the purpose of taking action with regard to the ferry. The gentlemen re presenting the City Council will please bear this in mind. It in with the deepesnt regret that we hear of the untimely death of Miss Mamice Irvine, daughter of John F. Ir in this instance, for it takes one in morning o...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 December 1880

The risig of the Rive It vwas sbnmsl r i nitna f teturer in* a pretty contry vil and we lived in a little whita cloe by the ,roantaleta P atup' sa h plied the faetory with water. It was a lovely, romantic spot. The wooded in slopes of thie pountains on one, came to the wathf's edge, while on t bi other lay the green meadows, dotted ly with the white bouses and spires of the ol hamlet. Between as and the river g' stretched the highway, following the coourse of the stream for miles, whilb thel as water foamed and sparkled over the M brown rocks makinkig music nigbttand ye lday. There I was as happy as the day ga was long. It was my pride to keep tmy hoose as neat and bright-as possibly, so di that Tom might tind rest and comfort tb when he oeme homy tired from his day's a work. When every thingdwas in readi- Ia ness for him-the table spread, the fire gi bright, and Itbe kettlb singing on the cr hob-I used often to lock my door, and, to going out, lose myself in the woods, and, Ila ses...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 December 1880

LOCAL1 MA TTER. ýuesda(' dýit~oul. I)eeii't forget to recad W'Ittiug'ee noew Sill lUll'Ii'ItMIIi titll Wiese. Mouceii'i I cig intimr'eeti ce teo hay In ticA eel1.' i' 1113 iecn te st woerk a41, rlceice'tleiicg. 'rhlo ccueeiceeit iltc c.tupNe worikhing~ foer lii cuceeccty, Illc' elievll g~ive'-#Ie$ lue it Jill). the11l' 11n1eI~ eel' ticc SLut.' ee( Icoet 1110 lclile I sin! cut 'elrq C te IN~t' Jiru~ll. nrt to.tuceeu% rote. 11i'1ie' llopci'*ecri'd to fli'uowll'l'dgC' a e'e'i gmidtecl';'ec I leire!tu UieI'e''c tlreceeM liledu, ece itI. 11e'ti Cel 11 fclii,' 3'c'Mte'r!dly, cued rce litre Iltocuke ie jt'll)~ .ecleuu. Ali ' lfluiii'e IC'ienlciueg 1,41 kiceev orA flc' lei'llt'c'4 al tic.' E ix e'ieeior c t I ie y )'cli Its 1e1'1)4)e, MC~l,, hlrc' x1'e'1,11' oil 14) M1),', Willc. Isl'e' licic /f. Iictcgr'e ,ti, Parlerse, T'ol'edo, O hio - S.l Ne('e'i.' Iie tije Oa'IJ of? lil' J'etlilovftl'c~ the lcre'eecee I. ~clstur ofetlIc' Nicthiceed fet.(icuerecl cit ticI fee))at'O, it is teelie'veci Il...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 18 December 1880

J.. FJATK'S E. w if A disnal Iatuain day A41tyaf Mi ltM the drearier because yesterad Iay had c(1 Heen ,so bright with sunshine and qeiniuilly lovely with a balmy south- so0 went witid. mi 'To-Iday the sky looked as hopeleOs to as it only can look when a wretched Je storm is pelting down, lowering and leaden-hued. Je 'rThe thertomneter hald tumbled let dlown to fty-tfoutr, and the rawest oft iatt m1set winds was blowing in damp till ,usts. bringing muisty sheets of rain de against the window-palnes of Jack ha Jerome's office, with a miserable, an wailing little noise that was only we equalled in gloominens by the ap- rep pearance of the slowly tinkling rivu- ans lets of the rain drops as they dripped atc down the glass. at As dispiriting as ever a day was or de could be, Jack thought, as he turned disgustedly away Into the little room((1 li again, with its stove in the middle, a, that stood there perpetually,its time- clh tables of a dozen roads tacked on the w, walls, its railed-of...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 December 1880

jiýi .0n i a ___ VOL. .______BATON .ROUGE, LOUISIANA, TESUDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1880. -" A1TORNEYS. 4 . hEhImE,U Aarroun AT LAW. Will Satleod lprmpn I 4 all builnan ntrasted itn m. Ols on (,.moventlon street, Imtweeu 1'1 1nn1 h r. Mtusots Oifn )ealoge. La. I k(YI'!ý. Arru·ou AT LAW and ." N atJ I)iie, 'eprtf All'Vu, \est .at Ht Ih~ue, L.E , L hdiltatattnu gIen to th 4 1. IreteoU of neuomIln, j.king temlnlmony under roem. inliior, and Wt nlalthe'r mat,ter» reiialronI the at. l utl"'ol Nco iu mt pannsh l k"At i Y Ald o(udllr.eAt i .$ l' ldmuavillaloLn , Will pree. tie inla t aI t alt Mln of I.oalilanau d i IC Arrountlr I and to b c --K. 4, Pike's tow, ,*LteW RIktgl 14. Will praetlee In bthe Neate sad 'edera lnnurts. on Norltb iad tredt, near the oen otMce, Hates i . WllN .1 taIt d $al aiw beat. now s ealre them la t)Ae sad adjoining A. 8. Maplm ... ...... ..L. D. Deale. 1" &' 'r , ,AMON trroe" t.h .Alfee ot.......... I . . Mo lrelans .. . . . . . noerlbon. Gv ZO. ýV1 iiucjKiºt ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 December 1880

EII.ON JIAH'I'rIEJ MKI, ,;diltor and ]Hhiners M1fhnper. IIA'Tnlt ROUGE,1 DEc1. 21 1880i MORE LEGISLATION. ig .\1, this moment the p.reM of the inp Itate, halvillg bllownl itself out on the tli ijetict of' the Ir'eidetial t'lictiot Mn 1ii the ii igratin thee,in is liIg- lie blig its guns to hmatr o1lt the new coustitlltion ittnd tlilt egimslatom who ft interlpreted is pirovisionsi i so huntlg- J ling at mnnier lit the lathe st'ssio of tie Ihe General Amssenbly, tri It would bhe somewhat indelicate toIr ' inie who was at itleiihet' of theI august hotly who firtliaed the colnstittlion tfo vant its fehatures i" io1'demn thm, llll l h thelret 're we'll have little to say aboutll)l it, I.eyond this that. wle Me nothing to tit prevent the Iamendintg of the illstl- (' Io,,nt after ,experienice will have (dit- th 4 stralted that smue of its coilnpont t t a ll'ts do nollt operlte ad:vanl gtolgemllnly 1 Ito thepublic intecresls. ill We have ill idea though, that l.he t Genleral AMsemtbly cou...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 December 1880

~ia~P~hLb 1ATTERS Platon and fancy printing is a specialty m the ('laitollan office. -lITTrrrw I -alamolg thle froltollst an I contestant for, the Ilhoday holrs, as Swill be rieen by his alvertisemnent,, in to day's isune. He in firing right adl left t w e know what he is doing, reA lPondlent, unider tdut nor d plaesr ,sendl us 11 t paleticat eftl'isioin ent t ;',t t r".iirls vs. Town Oirli,' wl ln e onhll ~ei glad to ptlhlishl as soon sA the anther in kind enough to semi t n her real name, ill acc(ordlanc with our rnlo.. Wt were pltnead to roceive a cull tlih minqplp frua Cuot K. A. Cross, whq' s hol i~ ont.. nthe attorneys for the de fenee in the case of the State vs. Wells. The Col., looks in splendid health, and speaks .vheerfnlly of the situation in and around Clinton. J.1OttUA JBYAL, with the tenacity of the Lieutenant General in Idling pp tlhe holit43i4ooslf wjt a dtleraiut tion lin diftinhg that hie means to contest evely Idel of gronud with his competlito for the t of the...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 21 December 1880

DI018OIION IN THE UNIVERBITY UOAE. StIalr e. re l., |l nekln .'. AIt ,'i , i t. a l. i , Vý . L'on .J4,4triI mal14ki, l . t, 11 p. l '-I If.eI in .fli Judie l fourt fllr hi I'art Ish of Eamt Baon htouge,. IMr. Justice Fenner delivered the opinion aiill decree of thel Court in the words and figures follow ing,to- wit: This is a suit lunder thi intrusion into office: act, tile sole quelstioll illvolved Iing whethller thlle relinors or the defi'-idants areI' lawfully enltitled to hal( 1idl exercise the oflices of Mit pirvisors of the Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mec'l.hanical College. No salary or p1'cuniary perqf) uisite of' ally kind is tt Ilaclhed 1to the ollict in controversy. Th'le sanel qlluestfionl of jurisdiction rattioe famahrilr, which prlesmlted it self in the case of State, ex rel., New man eit al., vs. Ben Ilayles, recently decided, meetss ls here. In that ease, involving the title to the office of Police Juror of a parish, we declincd jurisdiction only ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 December 1880

ý ý,ýýý'1 ý' .1I . * ~ ' ~L . '"~~~~ ~~ I L1II'l~r~S · V 2. BATON R UGE, T OU RNLA T U S DB 3 18 I O 'IB M ,i·tl ~u~ !E~ VOA 2.BATN POELOJS A,,HURD'AYOE;EI E' , 1 0 Now=tp ATTORNEYS. r Q. BIRD, ATTrro&T AT LAW. Will o. stand prompti7 to all business intrusled to him. Oe en (,unventlla street, between Third nad Church streets, Meton Bougo. La. S W. POPEI , ArroN AT LAw and "J. Noery rPublc , Port Allen, West Bata Cu e, U L. pool a1ttttobu ten to the c'l vloa of aouont, takig nacyuder oo mionies, . to alother 315#t requinig the attention of an Attorney or tarv in the parish od West Baton louge. at1 ,*ul3 -r LANG m , ASr as sar as Commoa f 1. Ai l a, Donaldloav49, xl. Will prac tice In all the courts of the 9stieof Louisiaus. ºi 7tOW . I. D P EE, A'rroanu I s Cs o asC t Law. t -INee-KJPtk'si rev. Met"0te L,.P W1.Faetion Li the atat and Wodeai Coert.. - riMRa1O N & B) ®ALE, 1 AMrno"Is ahd Counaosse AT LAW. Ofice on Nrtd Deulvard aset. ear the DO", *, Baton *oLa. Will attend to l...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 December 1880

LEON .JASTREMSKI, Editor and Jusinevs Manmer. SATO komUOE, E(. 23, 1880. TO DUOUATIOJ. roar The following extract fromn the an- wan muil report of tlie Presidftit of the 'i State 'tniversity to tohe SuIperinten of t dent of Public Instructioni embodies goi n Col Jbhniton's views of the relation vIta of.the. Ueversity to the oeemmoat r sechoiol system of Louisiana. The ty, mutual interdependicc of the two is be 1 clearly set forth, and the authorititlis Agr are urged to help the white people of wht this State to secure a good ednucation tiou beginning at the common school, atYl pui gradually riing to the Unlversityr tria "r antm not well known to your peo- in t pie, respected sir, and it maiy not be- des come to obtuder my advice upon them; pat but I trust that the high officials who tive haurvo done me the honor to repone No targe a confidence in me, by calling mte to the head of their State TYiver sity, *ll'eot take it amiss, if I cll a It their attention to its important place ii ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 December 1880

; Lx~lol hI clY gtolinn LOCAL MATTERS. Shursdaj 's Odition. P'roesident Johip n, of the Stato Uni verMity, will pleate accept, our thanks for the f1iEso9 144 ,Virtui in lod Ken tacky paporn, whclb he was oo kind asn to futirtinh nus. i rw.9$repD9.'w up,;ow o rn ya lifrdii lr. henlcry C. Brown, Asnistlaptt*ltate Engineer, who coatemplates e stablisb; ingl M n skiencev at t itiptI i-OW1 fax advance of tho uommnig of the state I o'* partment.. lt.trr. JAMAI--'Through it telegramr received yesterday, we learnel thIat this populahr otlletr funl gotentutlitn is (n, Ills manI y friends hero and oelnewhero will rejoine in wveuIrning him once motre to hisi post ta, 1 t I University. lie will be here in a (rPl days. luonD.uM5e-1i $Ml s that we have this iuteaiting specIes in IBaton RIgoe, judgipg s( º e toot teb 91m Ipf sti4ht seine PaliA 60s' theSIh ldl4ob #tMr ing flown the sheds at the A4to of Mesrs; A. A, 1)$xy 'sd W. GIetlll. Sm te . t up, e1* iiinjutt hbap dih btl Ll 4. 'lith lfMon M M ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 23 December 1880

A TERRIBLE TRAGBDY. had 1 and, INelicianr eonth«l+.) 1novi The usually quiet town of Bayou time Sara was, on Saturday evening last ed t thrown into confiuaion by thie sound cult of pistol shots and the report that an "td estimable young mani-Mr. "; '' sIar Ball--had been shot. mer A reporter who was upon thef soene a few moments after the occur renoae, learned the following facts. At At about 5:30 o'clock Mr. Ball was Rect walking down San street whet a Pate negro calling himself (arnettThomp- the t son, passed by, and in a very defiant day manner made some insulting romark, ledge whereapon Mr. Ball, who was anl- Engl airmed drew back and struck him. pape The negro grappled with Hall and elop' being tripped, was fIling to the the a ground when he drew a pistol and they putting it to the stomach of his op- were pouent fired, the ball entering the plac left aide near the lower region of the tain Inungs. Mr. Hall fell instantaneously Tlh# with the discharge of the pistol and gias sever...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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